In 1964, Malcolm X told us that we were at a critical juncture in the fight for freedom. He was right about that. In July of that year President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act. That summer, black and brown Americans in cities across the country took to the streets in confrontations with the racist police that oppressed their neighborhoods. The violence of the police state against poor, black and brown people is as bad as it was in 1964, with stop and frisk laws, high surveillance, and the... Topic: malcolm x
Building Bridges with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ******************************** We Can All Learn When Malcolm X Speaks Myriad manifestations of racism permeate our society and Western plutocrats continue to exploit the resources of and impress their geopolitical interests upon African nations. For many this has led to a resurgence of interest in Malcolm X. And, the more we reflect on the meaning of Malcolm's life and message the more we must realize the greatness of his legacy. Malcolm was... Topic: Malcolm X
Election news making you ill? CounterPunch Radio has your antidote to the Clinton-Trump poison as Eric sits down with activist and organizer Kali Akuno to discuss the exciting movement to create people power in Jackson, Mississippi. Akuno, an organizer with the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, discusses the ongoing Cooperation Jackson, a community-led initiative to transform Jackson, Mississippi and, ultimately, the entire country. Kali explains the origins of Cooperation Jackson and how the... Topics: Malcolm X, civil rights
Today we remember Asian American civil rights activist Yuri Kochiyama, who passed away this Sunday at the age of 93. Kochiyama is remembered for her work building bridges between the Black and Asian American communities and bringing to light the mass internment of Japanese Americans during World War 2. She was a friend of Malcolm X and was at his side when he was assassinated in 1965 in the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem. In 2010 she sat down with Angela Davis in the documentary film... Topics: Yuri Kochiyama, Death, Malcolm X
Today, Pacifica Radio Archiveâs, From the Vault, featuring Malcom X. Margaret is recovering from a severe bout of Bronchitis and has not yet received a release from her physician to resume working. We appreciate the outpouring of listener support weâve received and will return with new editions of Sojourner Truth as soon as Margaret receives a clean bill of health. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused. Topics: Malcolm X, PRA, From the Vault
Conversation with London-based political analyst and activist Sukant Chandan from www.sonsofmalcolm.blogspot.com about Malcolm X and the peoples'revolts in the Arab world. Topics: Malcolm X, Sukant Chandan, Egypt, Tunisia, Lybia
After a week of tumult and killings the Black Lives Matter and police communities process their grief in religious ceremonies. Bread and Roses host Elliot Tarry features audio from those ceremonies while discussing violence and non-violence as a solution to police brutality toward African Americans. Topics: Black Lives Matter, BLM, Malcolm X
In this talk at the Sussex Marxist society, held as part of Black History Month, Paul Bolton of the Glasgow Marxists, provides a historical and materialist analysis of the origins of racism, discussing its roots in slavery and its intrinsic link to class society. As Malcolm X, the revolutionary leader of the black struggle, stated: "you can't have capitalism without racism." Topics: race, class, marxism, malcolm x, slavery, ferguson
27:41 – Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair's Sunday Worship Service by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY "We are not fighting for integration, nor are we fighting for separation. We are fighting for recognition as human beings. We are fighting for…human rights." --Malcolm X "I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I’m a human being, first and foremost, and as such... Topics: Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr.
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14:52 – Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair's Sunday Worship Service by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY "Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today." --Malcolm X "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." --Martin Luther King, Jr. "I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for justice, no... Topics: Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., Unitarian Universalism
25:08 – Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair's Sunday Worship Service by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY "Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today." --Malcolm X "Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase." --Martin Luther King, Jr. "You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his... Topics: Unitarian Universalism, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X
On March 29, 2012, CHUO 89.1 FM (Ottawa, Canada) was into is second and final week in its annual funding drive. First, Denis Rancourt, alone, continued the previous week's theme of black liberation methodology, and then he was joined by student and political activist Aminka Belvitt, who ran into the studio after a hard day's work. Topics: Denis Rancourt, CHUO, Denis G Rancourt, Aminka Belvitt, Malcolm X
Bread and Roses Radio host Elliot Tarry dedicates this show to the memory of Trayvon Martin and features excerpts from speaches by Malcolm X recorded 50 years ago after the historic civil rights "March on Washington". Topics: Trayvon Martin, Malcolm X, Black Power, institutional racism
On March 22, 2012 CHUO 89.1 FM (Ottawa, Canada) The Train's Denis Rancourt went it alone to play vintage youtube speeches of Malcolm X and to discuss X's liberation ideas. It was also week one of CHUO's annual funding drive. Topics: Denis Rancourt, Denis G Rancourt, CHUO, Malcolm X
Doug Holder interviews Ifeanyi Menkiti, the owner of the famed Grolier Poetry Book Shop in Harvard Square. The interview touches on Menkiti's interview with Malcolm X at a Harlem storefront shortly before he was assassinated in the Audubon Ballroom. Also included are his experiences with James Laughlin, the founder of the " New Directions Press," Ezra Pound, his history with the Grolier, his years teaching moral philosophy at Wellesley and a lot more. Menkiti appeared on Holder's Poet... Topics: Grolier Poetry Book Shop, Doug Holder, Ifeanyi Menkiti, Malcolm x
My 60th birthday program featuring: Julio Rodrigues (aka The Conga Poet) The Endangered Species and Poet Tim Morris A tribute to Malcolm X The words and music of The Who and The Ramones. What is the common denominator? Malcolm X Pete Townsend (The Who) And Joey Ramone are all May 19th (my birthday) people. Topic: Malcolm X Pete Townsend Joey Ramone Poetry Music and Commentary
Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. ELECTION ’92: THE CLINTON ERA *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK Senior Editor *Ben W. Heineman, Jr. General counsel for GE, author of Memorandum for the President , and ex-Carter administration official, Washington *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK Chief Political Correspondent III. MALCOLM: THE POWER OF X *Spike Lee, filmmaker, “Malcolm X’” “Mo’ Better Blues,” “Do the Right Thing,” and “Jungle Fever” *Vern E. Smith, NEWSWEEK Atlanta Bureau Chief *Paul Lee, Malcolm X... Topics: Newsweek on Air, election, Clinton, Malcolm X, Clintonomics, Route 66 Source: Nakamichi LX-5 > Creative Soundblaster> USB in, Lenovo B50-30 running Windows 8.1, Audacity 24bit/96KHz
Fishermerchants Daughter Yuri Kochiyama; An Oral History Vol.2 Produced by the Community Documentation Workshop at St. Marks Church-in-the-Bowery Editor: Arthur Tobier Book Design: Miriam Berman Topics: Yuri Kochiyama, Community Documentation Workshop, Arthur Tobier, Miriam Berman, Japanese Americans,...
On January 26, 2012, CHUO 89.1 FM (Ottawa, Canada) The Train's Denis Rancourt went alone to read and comment about Malcolm X, the man and his motives and thoughts. Topics: Denis Rancourt, Denis G Rancourt, CHUO, Train, Malcolm X, racism, white supremacy
Muhammad Ahmad (formerly Max Stanford Jr.) was a pivotal figure within the Black Liberation Movement and struggle for Black Power in the 1960s and 70s; notably, he was the national field chairman of the Revolutionary Action Movement (RAM) and a direct target of J. Edgar Hoover's COINTELPRO. In this interview with Naji Mujahid of the DC Radio Co-op, he discusses how he became involved and reflects on his involvement as well as the current state of affairs in the Black community. Currently, he is... Topics: Naji Mujahid, Max Stanford, Muhammad Ahmad, RAM, revolutionary action movement, malcolm x,...
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman discusses the life and times of "The Greatest", Muhammad Ali, who passed away Friday, June 3, at the age of 74. Discussed are how Ali was in essence a man of his times, how he transcended boxing and all sports in a way that has not been seen before or since, the historical context in which he developed as a person and as a boxer, his ties with Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam, his relationship to the Black Liberation Movement,... Topics: No Holds Barred, Eddie Goldman, Greatest, Muhammad Ali, boxing, Malcolm X, Black Liberation Movement